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US Punks Bad Religion to Release Fifteenth Studio Album in September

Monday, 02 August 2010 Written by Rob Sleigh
US Punks Bad Religion to Release Fifteenth Studio Album in September

Renowned LA punk-rock band Bad Religion are to release their new album on 27th September this year.

The album, which is to be named 'The Dissent of Man', is the 15th studio album from the band and follows 2007's 'New Maps of Hell'. It is produced by Joe Barresi, who has previously worked with Queens of the Stone Age and Tool. The announcement comes ahead of this month's European tour dates, which will culminate with headlining slots on the Lock Up Stage at the Reading and Leeds festivals.

Talking about 'The Dissent of Man', guitarist and co-founding member Brett Gurewitz said: "These are some of my favourite songs I've ever written. A few of them took me way outside my comfort zone as a writer to a place I haven't gone since 'Recipe [for Hate]' or 'Stranger than Fiction'."

Gurewitz (aka Mr Brett), who is also the owner of Epitaph Records, added: "I feel like the last couple of records have been amongst our most conservative, never straying too far from a Bad Religion sound. Whereas on this one, we're taking the songs to a lot of different places, exploring our influences and trying out some new things in a way we haven't done in years."

This year also marks the 30th anniversary of Bad Religion, who recently celebrated the occasion by giving away a new live album entitled '30 Years Live' to members of the band's mailing list for free.

The first single to be taken from 'The Dissent of Man' will be 'The Devil in Stitches', which can be heard on the band's MySpace page at www.myspace.com/badreligion.

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. The Day That the Earth Stalled
2. Only Rain
3. The Resist Stance
4. Won't Somebody
5. The Devil in Stitches
6. Pride and the Pallor
7. Wrong Way Kids
8. Meeting of the Minds
9. Someone to Believe
10. Avalon
11. Cyanide
12. Turn Your Back On Me
13. Ad Hominem
14. Where The Fun Is
15. I Won't Say Anything

Bad Religion August tour dates:

2nd Aug - Munich - Tonhalle
3rd Aug - Dortmund - FZW
4th Aug - Hannover - Capitol
6th Aug - Birmingham - O2 Academy
7th Aug - Bristol - O2 Academy
8th Aug - Blackpool - Rebellion Festival

10th Aug - Zurich - Haerterei Club
11th Aug - Budapest - Sziget Festival
13th Aug - Puettlingen - Rocco Del Schlacko
14th Aug - Rothenburg - Taubertal Festival
15th Aug - Eschwege - Open Flair
17th Aug - Warsaw - Rock In Summer Festival
18th Aug - Prague - Lucerna Music Bar
19th Aug - Vienna - Frequency Festival
21st Aug - Hasselt - Pukkelpop
23rd Aug - London - O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
24th Aug - Manchester - Academy 2
25th Aug - Glasgow - ABC
27th Aug - Leeds - Leeds Festival
28th Aug - Reading - Reading Festival


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